MIC Medical Imaging (Edmonton, Alberta) is seeking Radiologists for partnership track positions. Candidates must be eligible for licensure by the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta and employable within Canada. Ideal candidates will hold an FRCPC in diagnostic radiology or diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine. Fellowship training is desired but not absolutely necessary. Applicants should have a sound understanding of the importance of interdisciplinary relationships and an interest in leadership and practice building. We are currently hiring in all disciplines but have specific needs for radiologists with training in echocardiography, pediatric cardiac imaging, and breast/women’s imaging (including intervention), as well as general radiologists who can work in our community clinics.
As Canada's largest diagnostic imaging partnership, MIC's 88 partner radiologists have diverse interests and subspecialties. MIC provides exclusive diagnostic imaging services to Edmonton's two largest tertiary care hospitals and numerous busy community hospitals. MIC owns and operates 13 community clinics in the greater Edmonton area.
The MIC affiliated hospitals represent pillars in the clinical teaching facilities of the University of Alberta Hospitals system and the MIC practice assumes primary responsibility for postgraduate training of residents in the University of Alberta Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine programs. MIC radiologists also strongly contribute to research within the academic Department of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging within the University of Alberta.
Interested candidates are encouraged to forward their CV and/or any questions to the attention of: Dr. Modest Janicki, Recruiting Partner MIC Medical Imaging 203, 11010 101 St Edmonton AB T5H 4B9 or Via email to email@example.com
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About Medical Imaging Consultants
MIC started as Medical Imaging Consultants in 1996 with the merger of four local radiology groups. Now we are Alberta’s largest radiology partnership. We have 96 radiologists with diverse sub-specialties and areas of expertise and over 300 technologists and support staff.